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Gerhardt introduces textured flexible die

March 2, 2010

The die is being targeted to the wine and luxury products label markets.

Gerhardt International, a supplier of rotary converting tooling based in Denmark, has introduced a textured flexible die that it says is ideal for the wine and luxury goods label market.

The new Texture Flexi, says the company, is an alternative to the traditional embossing method of using solid dies. According to Gerhardt, the Texture Flexi reduces tooling costs by up to 80 percent.

Use of the latest chemical milling processes means that even thin lines and the smallest patterns and details can be embossed on the label – according to the specific customer requirements.

Gerhardt has production facilities in the UK, Denmark, Poland, the USA, and Australia.



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